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  • Questions 1,369
  • Vocabulary Terms 335
  • Performance Tasks 92
  • Instructional Videos 101

Test Standards

  1. (USG.1.1) Individual's Activities
  2. (USG.1.2) Public Policy
  3. (USG.1.3) The Preamble
  4. (USG.1.4) Types of Government
  5. (USG.1.5) Limited & Unlimited Government
  6. (USG.1.6) Systems of Government
  7. (USG.1.7) Constitutional Principles
  8. (USG.1.8) Importance of a Constitution
  9. (USG.1.9) Majority Rule/Minority Rights
  1. (USG.2.1) Founding-Era Experiences
  2. (USG.2.2) Constitutional Compromises
  3. (USG.2.3) Central Ideas
  4. (USG.2.4 & 2.5) Founding-Era Documents
  5. (USG.2.6) Foundational Ideas
  6. (USG.2.7) Federalists and Anti-Federalists
  7. (USG.2.8 ) Fundamental Principles
  1. (USG.3.1) Analyzing the Constitution
  2. (USG.3.2) Constitutional Principles
  3. (USG.3.3) Federal & State Authority
  4. (USG.3.4) Government & the Economy
  5. (USG.3.5) Article IV
  6. (USG.3.6) Governmental Powers
  7. (USG.3.7) Separation of Powers
  8. (USG.3.8) Fiscal & Monetary Policies
  9. (USG.3.9) Legislative Process
  10. (USG.3.10) Amending the Constitution
  11. (USG.3.11) The Judicial Branch
  12. (USG.3.12) Executive Departments
  13. (USG.3.13) Elections
  14. (USG.3.14 ) Benjamin Harrison
  15. (USG.3.15) Political Parties
  16. (USG.3.16) The Electoral College
  17. (USG.3.17) State & Local Governments
  18. (USG.3.19) Supreme Court Cases: Powers of Government
  19. (USG.3.20) Supreme Court Cases: Federalism
  20. (USG.3.21) Media and Public Opinion
  1. (USG.4.1) World Governments
  2. (USG.4.2) World Affairs
  3. (USG.4.3) International Conflicts
  4. (USG.4.4) International NGOs
  5. (USG.4.5 ) International Economics
  6. (USG.4.6) Foreign Policy
  7. (USG.4.7) Influencing Foreign Policy
  8. (USG.4.8) Important World Issues
  9. (USG.4.9) Local Foreign Policy
  1. (USG.5.1) Defining Citizenship
  2. (USG.5.2) Roles of Citizens
  3. (USG.5.3) Civic Responsibilities
  4. (USG.5.4) Civil Rights
  5. (USG.5.5) Limiting Rights
  6. (USG.5.6) Citizen Actions
  7. (USG.5.7) Civic Participation
  8. (USG.5.8) Contributing to the Community
  9. (USG.5.9 ) Current American Political Issues

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